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Gordis 22 – The State of Israel in the Summer of 2020
Dr. Daniel Gordis explores whether the clock is ticking away on a two state solution, the meaning of settlements, and the Israeli relationship with American Jews. He discusses why it is important to have a basic understanding of Israeli history to be able to form an opinion and why Israel should be held accountable to … Continue reading Gordis 22 – The State of Israel in the Summer of 2020 →
Gordis 21 – The Obama and Trump Years
Dr. Daniel Gordis examines Israel’s relationship with President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump and the Middle East events that shaped those relationships. He explores then Secretary of State John Kerry’s attempt at peace during the 2014 Operation Protective Edge, the U.S. negotiated Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran, Netanyahu’s address to the … Continue reading Gordis 21 – The Obama and Trump Years →
Gordis 20 – Israel in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s
Dr. Daniel Gordis examines the tumultuous events of Israel’s political history of the early 2000’s. This time period includes the Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon and moving to the Camp David peace talks with President Bill Clinton, the four years of the second intifada, construction of the security wall, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s unilateral withdrawal from … Continue reading Gordis 20 – Israel in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s →
Gordis 19 – Inside Israeli Society By 1980’s and 90’s
Dr. Daniel Gordis explores the rebirth of the Jewish people in Israel. He examines the status of womens’ rights, Mizrahi rights, and LGBTQ+ rights. He also discusses the role of the ultra orthodox in Israeli society, the renaissance of Jewish thought, the explosion of Jewish literature and theatre as seen through its books and television … Continue reading Gordis 19 – Inside Israeli Society By 1980’s and 90’s →
Gordis 18 – Beginnings of the Palestinian Peace Process
Beginning in 1974, with Arafat’s “olive branch and gun” speech to the United Nations and its “zionism is racism” 1975 resolution, Israel began to understand its position on the world stage. Dr. Daniel Gordis examines the Palestinian peace process from all angles including the creation of Hamas, Jordan renouncing its claim to the west bank, … Continue reading Gordis 18 – Beginnings of the Palestinian Peace Process →
Gordis 17 – The Decade after the Yom Kippur War
Dr. Daniel Gordis explores the myriad changes that occur in Israel during the decade following the Yom Kippur War. From the resignation of Golda Meir, to the rise of the Likud party, peace with Egypt, the prevention of a nuclear reactor in Iraq to the Lebanon war. Dr. Gordis examines how these events impact the … Continue reading Gordis 17 – The Decade after the Yom Kippur War →
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